It’s September 30 and the autumn is right around the corner. Already.
As illusional as it may feel (psychologically), the hands of the clock will never move backwards and our life is ticking away by the second.
Time is given to us equally from the moment we’re born just like human rights should be.
And yet, there’ll always be two kinds of people in this world:
those who get a great deal done in their lifetime and those who get very little done in their lifetime
William Shakespeare in some playwright once said:
“I wasted time, and now doth time waste me.”
Fast forward to 2017, with more technologies and internet distractions flooding in our daily lives, the skills of “time-management” has become more increasingly pivotal for you and me than ever in order to get the most out of life.
How much time do you think have you wasted already?
How many ways are there to waste your time so you don’t accomplish nothing significant?
For a musician, it’s none other than productivity that is the decisive factor to the outcome (s)he is endevoring to acquire.
How do I know?
I know this from 20+ years of my career with every success and failure I’ve had along the way, and I am an expert at optimizing the productivity of musical practises.
If you want to improve your performance or studies faster but are somewhat frustrated with how much you’re capable of right now, then you’ve come to the right place.
The truth is, most people only think of trying to “do as much as possible in one day” or trying to “practice as long as they can”.
They’re active, not effective.
While the spirit wants to you to continue as far as possible, our energy and time are finite.